How to trigger 'Automatic update' manually?
one of my applications uses the built in 'automatic update' feature from VB.NET.
(You know.... Open 'My Project', tab 'Publish', button 'Updates'.)
I would like to give the user the possibility to manual search for updates.
How can I trigger the 'update process'?
Yes, this is possible with a little code. There is a great post that has some sample code here: http://searchwindevelopment.techtarg...278204,00.html
You may want to read throught the post for more info, but here is the code you are interested in (taken directly from the article linked above):
private void OnUpdateApplication(object sender,
ApplicationDeployment deployment =
MessageBox.Show("Update downloaded, application" +
"will now restart.");
MessageBox.Show("No updates available");
Thanks for the link John!
I've been looking for a good link to provide folks for Click Once.
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Thanks for the link.
I'll test it.
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